Whether you have a brand new preschooler and are totally confused about what “nature study” is or you have a high school student and think you may have “missed the boat” on nature collection, this FREEBIE is the perfect fit for you. Born in preparation for the upcoming Gentle + Classical Nature to be released late next month, this 120 page download includes all of the goodies you desperately need to get started (or keep going) exploring nature with your students.
The Nature Collection Notebook includes:
- 36 Pages for Tree Collection and Observation
- 36 Pages for Flower Collection and Observation
- 18 Pages for “Other Discoveries” to be Collected and Recorded
- 5 GORGEOUS Vintage Posters
- 4 Beautiful Posters for Leaf Classification
- 10 Coloring Pages that Double as Leaf ID and Classification Worksheets
- An In-Depth High School + Middle School Expansion Page for recording higher level botanical information
If you love Charlotte Mason, or are just intrigued, and want a convenient, simplified way to jump into nature with your children, help them develop eyes to truly SEE Creation, and thusly steep a bit more deeply in the glory of the Creator himself, you’re going to love this Notebook.
You may also be interested in this FREE Preschool Curriculum:
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